Sgt Buzfuz - Danny's Room/Molly's Bar single

Saturday, 04 June 2011 14:06

The new Sergeant Buzfuz double A side “Danny’s Room/Molly’s Bar” single (BLANG 33) is out now in all download shops.

The first reviews are up:
Whisperin And Hollerin
New Singles Review Blog (Single Of The Day, scroll to May 31)

And here’s a video of the A side:  

The band promote the single here:
Tuesday June 7    12 Bar Club LONDON (see below)
Friday June 17     The Grain Barge BRISTOL

And this new feature recognises Buzfuz as part of a new “Post-Folk” scene


Milk Kan on the radio

Monday, 23 May 2011 11:26

Milk Kan’s new single “Why Should The Devil Have All The Best Tunes” was played by Huw Stephens on Radio 1 last week while Steve Lamacq gave two spins on Radio 2 to “The View From The Top”, a track from the forthcoming album “The Junk Shop”. Single out June 6, album June 13.


Slate Islands debut single out now

Wednesday, 13 April 2011 11:15

The debut Slate Islands single “You Are The One” (Blang32) is out now. It’s backed by “The Plunge” and is out in all download stores.
Here is the video for the single
There’s a review at Sounds XP here


Milk Kan and Lucy's Diary singles out now

Sunday, 28 November 2010 17:52

The new Milk Kan single ‘Junkshop’ is out now (Blang 29). Described by Tom Robinson on 6 Music as ‘Chas And Dave chasing Madness ‘round a Moroccan bazaar’ it’s a folk-hop story sizzling with South American brass samples and big beats. It’s been played on 6 Music by Steve Lamacq, Tom Robinson and Chris Dawkins and by John Kennedy at XFM. Backed with 2 remixes by London dubstep drum’n’bass duo Hertzian. At all download stores eg iTunes
Watch the video on Youtube
Lucy’s Diary release their new Rock Kicks single tomorrow September 29th. It’s been played by Frank Skinner on Absolute FM and been the goal action music con Soccer AM. It’s backed by remixes from Brigitte Bravadot (alias former Death In Vegas guitarist Ian Button) and Oculus III (alias Sergeant Buzfuz).
Available from all download stores eg 7 Digital


'Cheer Up Britain' out today

Monday, 18 October 2010 11:07

Corporal Machine And The Bombers release their debut single today. ‘Cheer Up Britain’ is backed with an acoustic version of ‘Gloucester Road’. Available as download only at all digital stores eg:
7 Digital


Lucy's Diary Album and Gig

Thursday, 05 August 2010 19:23

Lucy’s Diary follow the radio success of their first single “Not Your Type At All” (Jonathan Ross, Frank Skinner, Tom Robinson, Gideon Coe) with their debut “Rock Kicks” album, out August  16th. The band play King’s Cross Social Club (2 Britannia St, on corner with Kings Cross Road) on Friday 13th with support from Paul Hawkins And Thee Awkward Silences  and Corporal Machine And The Bombers. And it’s FREE entry!


July update

Wednesday, 07 July 2010 12:26

This month's Blang night at the 12 Bar Club on Monday July 12th features Sergeant Buzfuz, Local Girls and Joe Innes, see Blang gigs.

Milk Kan host their Junk Shop night at 12 Bar Club Friday July 16th with guests Akira The Don and Fauntleroy.

David Cronenberg's Wife feature on a compilation album out on July 26th. The 31 track download album titled ‘Breaking Rocks’ is released on the Silverdoor label and is in aid of the charity Jail Guitar Doors which was initiated by Billy Bragg and provides musical instruments to help rehabilitate prisoners. Artrocker Magazine (on sale 9th July) includes a feature written by Billy Bragg (who also contributes a track) and a review. DCW contribute a remix of Stretch-Out and the album also features Pete and the Pirates and Victorian English Gentlemen’s Club.

That’s it for the moment. The Blang night at the 12 Bar Club takes a holiday in August and returns on Tuesdays in September. Autumn will see a glut of new singles from usual suspects David Cronenberg’s Wife, Milk Kan and Sergeant Buzfuz in addition to a 2nd single from Lucy’s Diary and debut singles from Corporal Machine And The Bombers and Kinkajou.


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